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I live in California and work for a non-profit organization. We have five delivery trucks and I am curently the only woman driver. I get along great with the other drivers. My problem lies with management. Recently, the organization added a sixth truck. The person they offered the job to is another woman, who is, in essence, getting a promotion. She's a great person and I'm happy for her. But, the position is full time, with benefits and the person they are giving the job to has only been with the organization for 6 months. I have worked there for nearly 3 years and had expressed an interest in being full-time to my supervisor. He said he was going to push for me at least getting full-time status, but I never heard a word about it again. I am upset because I feel I should have been offered the full-time position, based on seniority and job performance. I have taken very few days off and have worked every holiday (Thanksgiving & Christmas included) since I've been there. I can get no reason for not being given the full-time position. I fear I am being discriminated against, due to a memo I turned in to upper management, regarding the misconduct and harrassment of a former supervisor. Any suggestions?

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